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Mar 30, 2012 7:30pm PDT
. 172 big ones in this race, and that is what brought mitt romney here in the last week, rick santorum here. ron paul coming here next week. this is, as long as this contest goes on, it's so contentious, more and more of a possibility becomes that california could be the one that puts romney over the top and it's looking like that's what's going to happen. romney's amassing all kinds of big endorsement. kevin mccarthy, the gop whip. carly fiorina. meg whitman gave him a big fund-raiser in redwood city. i mean it looks to be going his way, but i tell you, i also was there at the jelly belly factory in fairfield where rick santorum looked very defiant this week, surrounded by hundreds of conservatives and said i am not giving up. we're taking this all wait to the convention floor. seems adamant about that. whether or not that's going to happen, it's certainly, california is the place where they've got to pick up the campaign money and they're looking for a share of those 172 delegates, because by congressional district, winner take all by congressional district. >> they're dividing their
Mar 23, 2012 7:30pm PDT
mitt romney who had romney care in massachusetts, who now is back pedaling a little bit, because conservatives don't like the man dates. how is this playing out, the timing with the supreme court? will that be taken into consideration as well? >> it's hard to think that it won't be. and yet in terms of historical perspective here, since the new deal, the supreme court has essentially deferred to congress on all of its law making capabilities and has stepped back primarily and said we acknowledge that this is the legislators' jurisdiction, they enact laws, regulate laws, they do that, and the role of the supreme court is not to step in and step on their toes. there was some of that during the new deal, where the supreme court tried to back away from some of the and changed their course. since then, there hasn't been a lot of impetus on the part of justices to want to mettle in this. there has been a whole lot of changes, citizen united really suggest that justices are not shy about going for a decision that will have clear political implications beyond that, though, kind of a coin
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